Located in the heart of Sandwich Village, the Sandwich Glass Museum interprets the history of the town and its glass industry. There are displays of more than 6,000 glass pieces created by the different glass companies in Sandwich during the 19th and 20th centuries and new introductory exhibits.
A new furnace allows visitors to view the intriguing world of glassblowing and interact with the glassblower as he demonstrates glassmaking in all its complexity. In the new Hirschmann Theater a 20-minute multi-media presentation called 'Sandwich: The First 200 Years' is an exciting introduction to the history of the town. The museum's dazzling gift shop features new contemporary glass artists as well as reproductions, perfumes, jewelry, paperweights, vases, and ornaments.
Included general admission with the Go Boston Card
April-December: Daily, 9:30 am-5:00 pmFebruary and March: Wednesday-Sunday, 9:30 am-4:00 pm
All of JanuaryMondays and Tuesdays in February and MarchEasterThanksgivingChristmas EveChristmas DayNew Year's EveAll holiday hours are subject to change without notice.
129 Main Street
Sandwich, MA 02563
Route 3 South to Cape Cod. From Mid-Cape Highway (Route 6), Exit 2. Head north on Route 130 to Sandwich Village (1.5 miles approx.). Bear left at traffic island. Museum will be on your right.
Take the T: From Boston by Train (30 Minutes)- Newburyport/Rockport Line from North Station. At the Salem Station, come up to street level, walk down Washington St. Take your second left onto Church St. and walk 2 blocks to the Salem Witch Museum.
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